New FSSP Apostolate in Dayton, Ohio in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati


By Una Voce Carmel 

Dayton, Ohio – His Grace, Daniel Pilarczyk, Archbishop of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, Ohio has invited the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter into the Archdiocese. The Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter is a Society of Apostolic Life of Pontifical Right founded with the approval of His Holiness Pope John Paul II in 1988, for the formation and sanctification of priests in the framework of the extraordinary form of the Roman Rite and their pastoral deployment in the service of the Church. 

The Fraternity has gratefully accepted the invitation of His Grace and has assigned Father Mark Wojdelski, FSSP to staff the new Apostolate.  Fr. Wojdelski, FSSP was ordained in 2005 by His Grace, Elden Francis Curtis, Archbishop of Omaha at the Cathedral of St. Cecilia’s in Omaha, Nebraska. 

Prior to Father Wojdelski’s new assignment he was the assistant to the administrator of SS. Philomena and Cecilia’s Roman Catholic Church in Brookville, Indiana.  Father Wojdelski will offer the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass daily at Our Lady of the Rosary Roman Catholic Church located on 22 Notre Dame Ave. in Dayton, Ohio. 

Our Lady of the Rosary was the 1st Roman Catholic Church established in old North Dayton.  If you have any questions please contact Father Wojdelski at (937) 228-8802.

Mass Schedule

Sunday                           8:45 am 

Note: Daily Masses start on March 17th 

Monday – Thursday      12:00 pm (Noon)  

Friday                         7:00 pm (Evening) 

Saturday                     9:00 am (Morning)    



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